Communications and Marketing
If you are an official designee who has been authorized to create logos for your area, please log in to the logo generator tool.
If you are not a
If you do not see a designee listed for your area, please contact email@example.com.
To become a
As a logo generator designee, you will be listed as a unit contact person on the logo generator web page. Anyone within your unit or division can reach out to you to request a new or existing cobrand. It will be your responsibility to help process these requests.
To be considered as a
If you accept this responsibility and have approval, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- First and Last Name
- PUID Career Account
- Email Address
- Job Title
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Academic Affairs and Enrollment Management
Bethany Strasburg (Visual and Performing Arts) firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Mylrea (International Education) email@example.com
Dawn Adams (Professional Studies) firstname.lastname@example.org
Erika Mann (Walter E Helmke Library) email@example.com
Holly Lara (Doermer School of Business) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqueline Reynolds (Continuing Studies) Jacqueline.email@example.com
James Velez (Admissions) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Shanks (Academic Ceremonies) email@example.com
Kent Lawson (Continuing Studies) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristine Frye (Academic Affairs) email@example.com
Maria Norman (Student Information Systems) firstname.lastname@example.org
Melinda Conley (Continuing Studies) email@example.com
Molly Papier (Arts and Sciences) firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Thomas (Engineering and Technology) email@example.com
Stephany Alarcon (Student Success and Transitions) firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Domer (Visual and Performing Arts) email@example.com
Wanda Johnson (Academic Affairs) firstname.lastname@example.org
Laurel Alberson (Development) email@example.com
Kimberly Wagner firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial and Administrative Affairs
Cynthia Springer (Human Resources and Institutional Equity) email@example.com
Rachel Gibson (Human Resources and Institutional Equity) firstname.lastname@example.org
Diana Jackson (Administrative Business Services ) email@example.com
Greg Justice (Facilities Management) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian Johnston (Printing Services) email@example.com
Jordyn Hogan (Student Housing) firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Miller (Facilities Management) email@example.com
Kelley Hartley Hutton (Athletics) firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Eley (Printing Services) email@example.com
Mitch Davidson (Information Technology Services) firstname.lastname@example.org
Shaketah Ledford (Printing Services) email@example.com
Steve George (Administrative Business Services ) firstname.lastname@example.org
Logo Usage Examples
The following examples show the structure of a cobrand logo. Refer to the logo guidelines [PDF] for logo usage requirements.
Each level (Primary and Secondary) of a horizontal co-branded logo is only permitted to contain one level of unit structure. For example, the Primary Name could say "Computer Science," with the Secondary Name saying "College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science," but this cobrand could not also include "Information Analytics and Visualization Center." The tiers on horizontal logos are meant to hold a hierarchy of information, not the same thing said two different ways. This means it is not acceptable to have the full name on tier one and the acronym on tier two.
The vertical version of the cobranded logo is only permitted to contain one level of unit structure. For example, the vertical version could say "College of Visual and Performing Arts," or it could say "School of Music," but not "College of Visual and Performing Arts - School of Music." Vertical cobrands cannot be more than three lines. We don't allow the cobrand text to be taller than the signature logo.